Out Board will exhibit its evolutionary TiMax spatial audio and showcontrol products at this year’s New York AES2017 show, at Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, New York – 18-21st October 2017, on the booth of US distributor 1602 Group (Booth 451, 1602Group TiMax)


TiMax SoundHub and TiMax Tracker will be demonstrated, combining adaptive object-based spatial reinforcement techniques for live vocal, instrument imaging and immersive audio with precision performer stage-tracking for automated vocal mic localisation.  TiMax spatial reinforcement currently features on Broadway hits Hello Dolly and Disney’s Aladdin, plus three major London West End shows as well as major musical and opera productions in premier theatres and outdoor arenas across the globe.


Out Board’s Dave Haydon and Robin Whittaker will introduce the new dimensionally-aware StageSpace  intelligent object programming interface for TiMax.  This adaptive spatial audio rendering resource automatically configures fully-editable delay-matrix localisation objects for TiMax SoundHub spatial audio processor and TiMax Tracker automation.

Also showcased is the new TiMax SoundHub VR playback, spatial audio and showcontrol variant which made its European debut earlier in the year. This new product marks Out Board’s move to support rapidly growing demand for tightly-synchronised, low-latency immersive audio in multimedia VR content for the theme-park ride-car and experiential-exhibit marketplaces.


Out Board TiMax are also sponsors of the show’s Broadway Sound Expo and will deliver an insightful 40-minute presentation entitled, "Spatial Reinforcement - the New Normal for Vocal Mics and Immersive Sound Effects in Theatre”. Taking place on Thursday, October 19th, at 15:00-15:45 on Stage One, Dave and Robin look forward to welcoming you there and also speaking in more depth at Booth 451.




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